Stacking Apple Tray H15cm x W54cm x D57cm

Code: TE0505
Stacking Apple Tray H15cm x W54cm x D57cm
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Stackable Apple Tray

The eternal conundrum of the fruit grower - where to store all those apples? Boxes in the garage just won't cut it anymore, so you need an apple tray. This little item will keep the air flowing around your fruit, so that autumn harvest will last through the winter.


  • Make your crop last through the winter
  • Easy and attractive storage solution
  • Open sides and slatted floor for good air flow for your fruit
  • Traditional method of preserving apples which has carried on for years
  • Stackable design means you can go as high as you need

This beautiful pine apple tray is in the traditional style of preserving racks, which have been used for centuries. Apples need a good airflow for preservation, which is why the slatted floor and half-open sides are so important, as well as the feet which keep your fruit away from the floor. Apples are best stored in cool, dark places such as the shed or the garage. With space between the apples, and wrapping them in newspaper, your harvest should last you through the winter in this apple tray. Of course, not limited to apples, this tray can be used for vegetables and fruits of many kinds.


Height 15cm (6in) x Width 54cm (1ft 9¼in) x Depth 57cm (1ft 10½in)

Weight 1kg

Storage Tips

Here are some handy tips for helping to get the most out of your apple storage rack:

  • Keep your apple storage rack in a garage, cellar, or a cool room
  • If you can, try to space out the fruit so they aren't touching
  • Only store firm and unblemished apples, as damaged fruit can go mouldy and ruin the entire lot
  • Damaged apples are great for making cider, apple juice, and chutney
  • Wrap each individual apple in newspaper to help them keep for longer
  • Check produce regularly and remove any that show deterioration
  • Cooking apples store better than eating apples, especially the late ripening varieties
  • Can apply similar rules to other produce



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